Yeovil-based IT specialist Blueloop has appointed a trio of new staff – Natalie Peters, Steven Talling and Emma Amor.
Natalie has joined Blueloop as a Consultant. Natalie brings a wealth of experience from her career within State Education, providing IT Network management and support to both staff and students. Before joining Blueloop, Natalie took a short break from working within IT as a Driving Instructor.
Steven has also joined the team as a Consultant specialising in Security and Compliance. Steven previously worked for 12 years in the Army/Signals as an IS Engineer being deployed around the world to set up and maintain military IT Systems. He is looking forward to offering both new and existing customers support and guidance around data management, security and compliance. In his downtime Steven enjoys Scuba diving, reading, hockey and rugby.
Emma will be working within the Admin team supporting Kirsty in her role as Financial Controller. Emma brings a wealth of customer interface and accounting experience from her previous role at Screwfix Emma is a keen sport enthusiast including hockey and regularly attends the local gym.
A new Somerset consortium has joined forces to give supply chain members working on the Hinkley Point C (HPC) project the best possible IT security advice and Government-recognised IT security accreditation.
The Somerset Cyber Group was formed last year by three local companies – Yeovil-based CETSAT and Blueloop and Bridgwater-based PC Comms. Between them they have decades of experience working with Government, defence and leading crime fighting agencies.
Although all companies involved with the construction of Hinkley Point C must undergo formal security assurance for their systems, the Somerset Cyber Group is helping them to improve beyond best practice.